Browse the journal's commentary over the past X number of years...see that there's an extremely conflicting view of who exaclty the "good ol' boys" are. One side says it's the other, and vice versa. This is not a commentary on this article in particular.
So Reynard, is your mind already made up? If so, what's the point of discussion? Do you realize the project would not fly if it were put to a local vote? What says you to the fact that it isn't a voting matter? And what says you to the fact that if put to a tourist vote, they're even LESS in favor of changing the landscape they travel hundreds, often thousands, of miles to visit?
Maybe try recognizing voices of discontent for what they are.
Uncle Al, smells like it's been a long time since your feet have been stuck in the trenches of the blue collar grind. Yes, there's already a winco and a costco and a kohls...no duh. Good work, Sherlock. We don't need even more of the same. I'm not anti-corporate, I'm anti-bad-business. I bet you are too. Home Depot is bad business. Please read up on it; it's clear you haven't.
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In Print This Week:
Mar 23, 2017
vol XXVIII issue 12
Young & Hungry
North Coast Journal
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